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Rock of Ages 


Count Your Blesslnca... •..„. ;<© 


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Saviour;^ Like/ a Shepherd 




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2. Some one will glad-ly his cross lay down 

3. Some one will knock when the door is shut 
4L Some one will sing the tri - nm-phant song 



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Taste of the glo- riea that there 
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a - wait, Shall you? shall I? 

a crown, Shall you? shall I? 
Hear a voice say - ing, "I know you not," Shall you? shall I? 
Join in the praiso with the blood-bought throng,ShaU you? shall I? 



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Some one the glo - ri - ous King will see, Et - er from sor - row of 
Some one will call and shall not he heard, Yain- ly will s^ve when the 
Some one will greet oa the gold - ea ehoie Loved ones of earth who have 



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tlien behold, Feastof the pleasures so long foretold: Shall you? shall I?. . 
eartJi be free, Happy with Him thro' e-tcr - ni- ty : Shall you? shall I?. . , 
deor is \mni, Some one will ftul of tfaesaznt's reward : Shal 1 you? shall 1? . . , 
^"•ne be-fore, Qsio in the glo-*y fi»r « ev - er-more: Shrll you? shall I?. . . 



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1. I am thinking to-day of that beau-ti-ful land I shall reach when th« 

2. In the strength of the Lord let me la - bor and pray, Let me watch as a 

3. Ob, what joy it will be when Ills face I be-bold*, Liv-ing gems at His 

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Bun goeth down ; When thro' wonderful grace by my Saviour I stand, Will there 
win-ner of souls; That bright stars may be mine in the glorious day,'WbenUia 
feet to lay down ; It would sweeten my bliss in the cit-y of gold, Should there 



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2. Wouid you be free from your pas-sion and pride? There/spow'r in the blood, 

S. Would yoa be whit - er, much whifc-er than snow? There's pow'r in the blood, 

4 Would yon do serr- ice for Je -eus your King? There's pow'r in the blood. 



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pow'r in tlie bloody Com© for a cle^ua-ii^ ta C^ - t» ry^ tide, 

po w^r la the blood ; ^n stains axe losi in Hi life " gif - isg flow, 

pov'r in the blood, Would yoa live dtA - \j His pr^s -a ts» aixig? 

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2. Tho' clouds may gath-er in the sky, And bil - lows ronnd me roll, 

3. While walking in the light of God, I sweet com-mun - ion find; 

4. I cross the wide -ex -tend - ed fields, I jour -ney o'er the plain, 
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How-ev - er dark the world may ^be I've sun-light in my soul. 
I press with ho - ly vig - or *on And leave the world be-hiud. 
And in the sun - light of His love I reap the gold - en grain. 
Be - hold the brightness of His face Throughout e - ter - ni - ty. 




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2. Stand-ing on the prom-is - es that can - not fail, When the howl - ing 
8. Stand-ing on the prom-is • es, I now can see Per - feet, pres - ent 
4. Stand-ing on the prom-is - es of Christ the Lord, Bound to Him e - 
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deans-ing in the blood for me; Standing in the liberty where Christ makes free^ 

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1. Near - er, my God, to Thee, Nearer to Thee! E'en tho' it be a cross 

2. Tho' like a wander- er, ThesuD gone down, Dark-ness be o-ver me, 
8. There let the way appear Steps un to heav'n; All that Thou sendest me, 
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2. My heart has no de - sire to stay Where doubts arise and fears dis-may ; 

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Tho' some may dwell where these abound, My pray 'r, my aim is higher ground. 
For faith has caught the joyful sound, The song of saints on higb-er ground. 
But still I'll pray till heav'n I've found,"Lord, lead me on to high-er ground." 




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burdens to bear; I must tell Je-sns, I must tell Je-sus; He all my 
tempted to edn! I must tell Je - sus, and He will help me O- ver the 



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ycT the hills and th« val - leys, Sound of a - bun dance of rain. 
Grant to us nonr a re-fresh - ing, Come, and now hon - or Thy Word. 
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8. Is yovLT life a cban-nel of bless • i^? Is it dol - \j 

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Uu>8e that are lost? Have you urged np-on those who are stray -ing, Th« 

tell - ing faflp Him? Have you spo-ken the word crf sal - ^a - \xsm TV> 

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2. We will do the work that onr hands may find to do, In a little while we're 

3. We will smooth the path for some weary, way worn feet,Inalittle while we're 

4. There's a rest beyond, there's relief from ev'ry care, In a little while we're 




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go - ing home; For the night will end in the er - er- last-ing day, In a 

go - ing home; And the grace of God will ourdaily strength renew, In a 

go - ing home ; O may loving hearts spread around an influence sweet! In a 

go - ing home; And no tears shall dll in that cifc- y bright and fair, In a 



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to Je - sua I sur-ren - der, Hum-bly at His feet I 

to Je - sua I sur-ren - der, Make me, Sav-iour, wbol-ly 

to Je-sus I sur-ren -der, Lord, I give my -self to 

to Je - sua I sur-ren - der, Now I feel the sa - cred 



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World-ly pleas-ures all for - sak - en. Take me, Je - sus, take me now. 
Let me feel the Ho - ly Spir - it, Tru - ly know that Thou art mine. 
Fill me with Thy love and pow - er. Let Thy hless-ing fall on me. 
O the joy of full sal- va-tion! Glo - ry, glo - ry to His name! 



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8. Per - feet sub-mis - sion, per-fect de - light, Yi-sions of rap - tnre noir 
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Onward, Christian Soldiersi 



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% Like a might -y st - my Moves the Church of God; Broth-ers, we are 

3. Crowns and thrones may perish, Kingdoms rise and wane, Bnt the Church of 

4. On-ward, then, ye peo-ple, Join our hap-py throng, Blend with ours your 




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tread' ing Where the saints have trod; We are not di - vid - ed, 
Je • sua Con-stant will re - main; Gates of hell can ney - er 
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All one bod • y we; One in hope and doc- trine, One in char-i - ty. 
'Gainst that Church prevail ; We have Christ's own promise, And that cannot fail. 
Un - to Qirisfc the King, This, thro' countless a - ges, Men and an-gels sing. 



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2. O hap - py bond, that seals my vows To Him who mer - its all my 
3. 'Tis done, the great transaction's done; I am my Lord's, and He is 
4. Now rest, my long - di - vid - ed heart, Fixed on this bliss -fal cen-ter, 

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Let cheer-ful an-thems fill His honse, While to that sa - cred shrine I move. 
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1, Brightly beams onr Father's mercy From His light-house evermore, But to us He gives the 

2. Dark the night of sin has settled, Loud the an-gry bil-lows roar; Eager eyes are watching, 
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These for sin could not a - tone; Thou must save, and Thon a - lone; 

When I rise to worlds un-knovrn, And be - hold Thee on Thy tiirone, 

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Shall nev - er lose its pow'r, 
Thy flow -ing wounds sup - ply, 
I'll sing Thy pow'r to save, 



There is a fonn - tain filled with blood 
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Dear dy - ing Lamb! Thy pre-cious blood 
E'er since by faith I saw the stream 
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And there may I, tho' vile as he, 
Till all the ran - somed Church of God 
Re - deem - ing love has been my theme, 
"When this poor, lisp - ing, stamm'ring tongue 



Lose all their guilt -y stains. 
Wash all my sins a - way. 
Are saved, to sin no more. 
And shall be till I die. 
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2. Sometimes I'm faint and wea - ry, He knows that I am weak, 

3. I tell Him all my sor - rows, I tell Him all my joys, 

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of right-eous-ness From wea - ry paths of sin ; 




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I ought to do, He tells me what to try, 

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%, Was it for crimes that I had done,He groaned up-on the tree? 

3. Well might the sun in dark- ness hide, And shut His glo-ries in, 

4. Thus might I hide my blush -ing face While His dear cress ap - pears, 
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When God's own Son was cm - ci - fied For man, the creat-ure's sin, 
Dis-solve my heart in thank -ful -ness, And melt mine eyes to teary 
Here, Lord, I give my -self a - way — 'Tisall that I can do. 



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3. When you look at oth-eis with their lands and gold, Think that Christ haa 
i. So, a • mid the con -flict, wheth - er great or snudl. Do not be dis- 



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heav - y you are called to bear? Count your man-y bless-ings, ev - 'ry 
prom-ised you His wealth un - told; Count your man-y bless-ings, mon-ey 
couraged, God is o • ver all; Count your man-y bless-ings, an • gels 



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doubt will fly, And you will be sing-ing aa the days go by. 

can- not buy Your re-ward in heav -en, nor your home on high. 

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. sus, I've lost sight of all be - side ; 

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iou, Look-ing at the cru - ci - fied. 
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Let my lips speak forth His praise; praised 
Look-ing at the Cru-ci - fied ; fied. 
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Rescue the Perishing, 



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"j Weep o'er the err-ing cue, Lift up the fall - en, Tell them of Je - bus, the 

n J Tho' they are slighting Him, Still He la wait ing, Wait-ing the pen - i - tent 
{ Plead with them earnestly, Plead with them gently: He will forgive if they 

o i Down in the human heart, Crashed by the tempter, Feelings lie buried that 
• I Touched by a loving heart, Wakened by kindness, Chords that were broken will 

^ J Res - cue the per-ish-ing; Du - ty de-mands it; Strength for thy labor the 
) Back to the narrow way Pa-tient-ly win them; Tell the poor wand'rer a 

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Copyrieb*. WTO, ^ W. H. Doana. 

Just As I Am* 



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am! and wait-ing not To rid my soul of one dark bloti 
am! tho' tossed a-boat With man- y a con-flict, man-y a doubty 
am! poor, wretched, blind; Sight, riches, healing of the mind, 
am! Thou wilt re-ceive, Wilt welcome, pardon, cleanse, re-lieve; 



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And that Thou bidd'st me come to Thee, O Lamb of God, I come! I 
To Thee,whose blood can cleanse each spot, O Lamb of God, I come! I 
Fightings and fears with-in, with out, O Lamb of God, I come! I 
Yea, all I need in Thee to find, O Lamb of Grod, I come! I 
Be - cause Thy prom-ise I be - lieve, O Lamb of God, I come! I 



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2. I am so won-drous-ly saved from sin, Je - sus so sweet -ly a* 
S. O pre-ciousfoun-tain that saves from sin, I am bo glad I have 
4. Come to this foun-tain so rich and sweet, Cast thy poor soul at the 



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en - tered in ; There Je sus saves me and keeps me clean ; Glo ry to 
Saviour's feet; Plunge in to-day, and be made complete; Glo-ry to 



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Stand Up for Jesus. 



G. DUFFIELO. 



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^* 1 Lift high His roy - al ban-ner, It must not Omit, . / suf - fer loss; 
D. C— Till ev - 'ry foe is vanquished And Christ is Lord indeed, 

f Stand up, stand up for Je-sus, The strife will not be longj i 
^ This day the noise of bat - tie. The next the OmiL . J victor's song; 
D. C— He with the King of glo - ry Shall reign e- ter-nal-Iy. 



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Thee, O God! for the Son of Thy loTe, For Je-sus who 
Thee, O Gk)d! for Thy Spirit of light, Who has shown us our 
ry and praise to the Lamb that was slain,Who has borne all our 
ry and praise to the God of all grace, Who baa bought us and 
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Lei ey - 'ry kin - dred, er 
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■ ens' name! Let an - geUi j»t»- trate fall; 

oar God, Who from His al - tar call; 
rad.^ race, Ye ran-aomed from the fall, 
r for - get The wormwood ai^ the gall, 
- 'ry tribe, On thia t«r - rei - trial ball^ 

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Jea - se's rod, And crown Him Lord 
by His grace, And crown Him Lord 
at Hia feet, And crown Him Lord 
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1. Come, ye sin-ners, poor and need -y, Weak and wounded, sick and sore', 
% Now^ ye need-y, come and -wel-come ; Good's free boun-ty glo - ri - fy; 

3. Let nofc conscience make you lin - ger, Nor of fit -n ess fond- ly dream; 

4. Come, ye wea - ry, heav-y - la - den, Braisedand mangled by the fall; 



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Tme be - lief and true re - pent-ance, Ev - 'ry grace that brings you nigh. 
All the fit - n^s He re - quir- eth Is to feel your need of Him. 
If you tar - ry till you're bet - ter, You will nev - er come at all. 
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'( In Thy pleasant pastures feed us, For our use Thy folds pre-pare: ) ^ 

J 5 We are Thine, do Thou befriend us. Be the Guardian of our way ; ? 31^353^ Je-sus 

' ( Keep Thy flock,from sin defend us, Seek us when we go a -stray: S * 

. ^ Thou hast promised to receive us, Poor and sin-ful th©* we be; ^ Blessed Je-sns, 
( Thou hast mercy to re - Keve us, Grace to cl«anse, and pow'r to free: ) 



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B essed Jesu3, Hear, oh, hear us when we pray; Je-sus, Hear, oh, hear us when we pray. - 
Blessed Je-sus, We will ear-Iy turn to Thee; Je-sus, We wiU ear- ly turn to Theel 




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Lord, I'm Coming Home, 



W. J. K. 

With great feeling. 




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At the Cross. 




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2. Was it for crimes tliat I have done He groaned up-on the tree? 
}. But drops of grief can ne'er re-pay The debt of love 1 owe; 





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2. I know not how this sav - ing faith To me 
8. 1 know not how the Spir - it moves, Con-vine • 
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Bul day com-ing by and by, When the sin - ner shall hear his doom, "De- 



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them that love the Lord; Are you read-y for that day to come? 
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2. For Je - sus shed His precious blood, Rich blessings to be ■ 

3. Yes, Je - sas is the Truth, the Way, That leads you in - to 

4. Come, then, and join this ho - ly band, And on to glo - ry 

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Plunge now in - to the crim - son flood That wash - es white as snow. 
Be - lieve in Him vrith - out de - lay, And you are ful - ly blest. 
in that eel - es - tial land, Where joys im - mor - tal flow. 



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Why Do You Wait? 



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1. Why do yon wait, dear brotb-er, Oh, why do you tar - ry so long? 

2. What do you hope, dear broth-er. To gain by a fnr-thcr de - lay? 

3. Do you not feel, dear broth-er, His Spir-it now striving with-in? 

4. Why do you wait, dear broth-er? The har-vest is pass-ing a - way; 



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Your Sav-ior is wait-ing to give you A place in His sanc-ti - fied throng. 
There's no one to save you but Je - sus, There's nooth-«r way but His way. 
Oh, why not ao-cept His sal- va - tion, And throw oflf thy burden of sin. 
Your Sav-ior is long-ing to bless you, There's danger and death in de-lay. 



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%. Down in tiio val-ley with my Sav - ior I wonld go, Where the storms are 
S. Down in the val-ley, or up -on the mountain steep, Close be -side my 



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8aT • ior would my soul •▼ • cr keep; He will lead me safe- ly in the 



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nev-er, nev-er fear, Dan-gers can- not fright me if my Lord b near, 
path that He has trod, Up to where they gath-er en the hills of God. 



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3. For noth - ing good have I Where-by Thy grace to claim-* 

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Can change the lep - er^s spots, 
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And mei% tiie h«art of stone. 
The blood of Calv'ry's Lamb. 
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long as Thou lend - est me breath; And say when the death -dew lies 
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2 B*. Befining fire, go through my heart, :g niuminate my sonl. 
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I am poor, and weak, and blind; 
I am counting all but dross, 
I shall fall salvation find. 

Cho. — I am trusting. Lord, in The«, 
Dear Lamb ot; Calvary; 
Humbly at Thy cross I bow, 
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Friends and time, and earthly store. 
Soul and body. Thine to be, — 
Wholly Thine forevermore. 

3 Jesus comes! He fills my soull 

Perfected in love I am; 
I am every whit made whole; 
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2. No friend like Him is bo high and ho - ly, No, not one! 

3. There's not an hour that He is not near us, No, not one! 

4. Did ev - er saint find this Friend forsake him? No, not one! 
6. Waa e'er a gift like theSav-ior giv-en? No, not one! 



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1. I know not the hour when my Lord will come To take me away to His own dear home? 

2. I know not the soDg that the an-gels sing, I know not the sound of the harps' glad ringj 

3. I know not the form of my mansion fair, I know not the name that I then shall bear; 




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But I know there'll be mention of Je-sus our King, And that will be mu - sic for me. 

But I know that my Saviour will welcome me there, And that will be heaven for me. 

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Yes, that will be heaven, oh, that will be heav-en for me. 



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Bat I know there'll be mention of Jesus our King, And that will be music for me. 
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I Love to Tell the Story, 



Miss Kate Hankey, 1867 



will speak of Thy wondrous work. 



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I love to tell the Sto - ry Of unseen things above, Of Jesus and His 

i love to tell the Sto -r>'! More wonderfulitseenis,Tlian all the golden 

I love to tell the Sto -[ry! 'Tis pleasant to re-peat Wliat seems, each time 1 

I love to tell the Sto - ry! For those who know it best Seem hungering and 



Glo-ry, Of Je-sus and His love! I love to tell the Sto-ry! Because I 
fan-cics Of all our golden dreams. I love to tell the Sto-ry! It did so 
tell it, More wonderfully sweet, I love to tell the Sto-ry! For some hs,i9 
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much for mcl And that is just the rea-son, I tell It now to thee. 
nev • er heard The message of sal-va-tion From God's own Holy Word. 
New, New Song, Twill be the 01d,01d,Story That I have loved so long. 



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Where is My Boy To=night? 



**A foolish son is the heaviness of his mother-"— Prov. 10: 1. 
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2. Oncehe was pure as the morning dew, As he knelt at his mother's knee; No 

3. O could I see you now, my boy, As fair as in old - en time, When 

4. Go for my wand'ring boy to-night; Go, search for him where you will; But 

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face was so bright, no heart more true. And none was so sweet as he. 

prat-tle and smile made home a joy, And life was a mer - ry chime! 

bring him to me with all his blight, And tell him I love him etill. 




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3. But drops of grief can ne'er re - pay The debt of love 

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3. Throw out the Life-Line to danger-fraught men,Sink-ing in anguish wher© 

4. Soon will the sea- son of res -cue be o'er, Soon will they dr5t to e- 

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Are you walk-!ng dal-ly by the Savior's side? Are you wash'd in the 
When the Bridegroom cameQi will ycmr robes be white? Pure and white in the 
Lay a - side the gannents that are stained "mih sin, And be wash'd in the 

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Are you washed in the blood of the Lamb? 

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3. Broth-er and sia-ter, gone to that clime. Wait for the oth -ers, eom-ing aoBse-time; 

4. Sweet lit-tle dar-Ung, pride of the home, Look-ing foa- K»meone, beck-oa4ng come; 

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Safe with the an - gels, whit-er than snow, WatcMng for dear <mea \raft4ng he-low. 
Bright aa a son- b^m, pore aa the dew, Anx-kius-tj look-iag, saotb-er, far you. 
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I By and by the har -vest, and the la - bor end - ed, Omii. 
f Go then, ev - er weep-ing, sow-ing for the Mas-ter, Tho' the loss sus- 
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clouds nor winter's chilling breeze; We shall come rejoicing,bringing in the sheaves, 
tained our spirit often grieves; We shall come rejoicing,bringing in the sheaves. 

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Ev-^ry thing to God in pray'r! 




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Is there trouble any\vhere? 
We should never be discouraged. 

Take it to the Lord in prayer. 
Can we find a friend so faithful, 

Who will all our sorrows share? 
Jesus knows our every weakness, 

Take it to the Lord in prayer, 

63 Jesus, Lover of My Soul. 



3 Are we weak and heavy laden, 

Cumbered with a load of care. 
Precious Savior, still our refuge. 

Take it to the Lord in prayer; 
Do thy friends despise, forsake thee ? 

Take it to tlie Lord in prayer, 
In His arms He'll take and shield thee; 

Thou wilt find a solace there. 



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* Jesus, lover of my soul. 

Let me to Thy bosom fly. 
While the nearer waters roll, 

While the tempest still is higl^ 
Hide me, O my Savior, hide, 

Till the storm of life is past; 
Safe into the haven guide, • 

O receive my soul at last. 

2 Other refuge have I none, 

Hangs my helpless soul on Thee; 
Leave, oh, leave me not alone, 
StUl support and comfort me. 



All ray trust on Thee is stayed, 
All my help from Thee I bring; 

Cover my defenseless head 
With the shadow of Thy wing. 

Plenteous grace with thee is found,) 

Grace to cover all my sin; 
Let the healing streams abound; 

Malve and keep me pure within; 
Thou of life the fountain art. 

Freely let me take of thee; 
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1. Je - SOS, Sav-iM", pi - krt me O - ▼«" fife's tem-pest-uous sea; 
>.C.-Chajt and compass come from Thee; Je-sus, Sav - ior, pi - lot me, 

2. As a raoth - er stills her child. Thou canst hash the ocean wild; 
>.C.-Wondrwis Sovereign of the sea, Je-sus, Sav - ior, pi - lot me. 

J. When at last I near the shore. And the f ear-ful break-ers roar 
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iyjO»-Praise ih£ mount— Pm^ed upon iU Mount of Thy re-deetn-ing lovr» 




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Daily I'm constrained to be! 
Let Thy goodness, like a fetter. 
Bind my waoderio^ heart to Ttee; 



Prone to wsander. Lord, I feel it — 
Prone to leave the Giod 1 love — 

Here's my heart, oh, t^^ and seal it. 
Seal tiifx Thy courts aboye. 



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This world's a wU - dear - ness of woe. This worid is not nqr hora^. 
And lean for sue - cer oa His breast Till He cwa-ifejct me home. 
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The Mistakes of My Lfle. 



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2. I am low-est of those who love Him, I am weakest of those who 
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way, And the feet that shrink and falter Shall walk thro' the gates of day. 
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2. See the might-y host ad - vanc-ing, Sa - tan lead-ing on: Might - y men a- 

3. See the glo-rioua ban - ner wav-ing. Hear the ba-gle blow; In our Lead-el's 

4. Fierce and long the bat - tie rag - es, But our Help is near; On - ward comes our 




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round ua fall - ing, Cour-age al- most gone, 
name we'll tri - umph - ver ey - '17 foe. 
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And sing thy great Redeemer's praisei 
He justly claims a song from me : 
His loving kindness, oh. how free I 

f He saw me ruined by the fall, 
Yet loved tne notwithstanding alij 



He saved me from my lost estate: 
Hia loving kindness, oh, how great! 
3 Tbottgh mifirhty hosts of crad foes. 
Though earth and heD my way oppoi^ 
He safely leads my soul along : 
His loving kindness, oh. how strond 



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Pass Me Not. 



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L Fm8 me noi, gen-ti« Sar - few. Hear mj hma-bto 07; Wkile on oth-ere Tliou art 
t. Let ne at »tiuroneofmer.<^ Bind • sweet re -lief; Kneeling there in deep oon- 
t, Tnwting on - 17 in Thy mer - it. Would I aeek Thy face; Heal my wounded brokea 
4. Hioii the Spring ofall my com-f ort, More tiian life to ae, Whom hare I on earth be- 







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Blessed be the Name. 



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1. How sweet the name of Je-sus sounds, Blessed be the name of the Lord; 
S. It makes the wounded spir-it whole, Blessed be the name of the Lord; 
S. It soothes the troub-led sinner's breast. Blessed be the name of the Lord; 

4. Then will I tell to sin-nersround, Blessed be the name of the Lord; 

5, There's mu-sic in the Sav-iours name. Blessed be the name of the Lord; 



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*Ti8 man-na to the hnn - gry toal, Blessed be the name of the Lord. 
It gives the wea - ry fweet- east reet, Blessed be the name of the Lord. 
What a dear Sav -lour I have found, Blessed be l^e name of the Lord. 
Let ev • 'ry heart Hei 1«t« pro • claim, Blessed be the name of the Lord. 



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L In the Qiristian's borne in glo - ry, There re - maina a land of rest, There my 

S. Pain and ock-nessne'ershaUen-ter, Grief nor woe my lot shall share, Bat in 

8k &jag, oh, Bing, ye heirs of glo - ry, Shout your tri - umph as you go, Zi - on's 




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2. While fife's dark mase I tread, And griefs around me spread, Be Thou my guide; Bid darkness 
& When ends lira's transient dream^ When death's cold,sallen stream Shall o'er me roll,Blest Saviour, 



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tern to day, Wipe sorrow's tears away. Nor let me ev - er stray Prom Thee a - side, 
fben, in k>ye, Fear and distrust remove; Cfk, bear me safe a-bove, A ran-somed souL 



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Softly and Tenderly, 



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3. Time is now fleet -ing, the mo-men ts are pass-ing, Pass -ing from 

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you and for me? Whyshould we lin-ger and heed not His mer - cies, 

you and from me; Shad-ows are gath - er- ing,death-bed3 are com - ing, 

yon and for me; Tho' we have sinned. He has mer-cy and par - don, 



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Mer-ciea for you and for me? 

Com -ing for you «nd for me. 

Par - don for you and for me. 



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Biest Be the Tie that Binds. 



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ma • taal bar - dens beair; 
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Onr feaxs, onr hopes, onr alms Are one^ Our com - forts and oai careSL 
And ofl - «i for each oth • er tk>irs The sym - pa- thiz^ing teas. 
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The Way to the Cross. 



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S. I'll go with Him thro' the gar-den, I'll w wrfcb Him thro* the gar-den, 

3. I'll go with Him thro' the jndgment, I'll &i with Rim thro' thejadgm^^ 

4. He will give me grace and gio - ry. He wii^ ^ve me graee and glo - ry. 




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I'll go with Him thro' the gar-den, I'll go with Him, with Him rLT thewiy. 
I'll go with Him thro' the judgment, I'll go with Him, with Him all the waf , 
He will give me grace and glo - ry. And go with me, with me all the «vay. 




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We're Marching to Zion. 



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2. Let those re • fase to sing Who nev - er knew our God; ^t 
S. The hill of Zi - on yields A thon-.sand m - ored eweeti, Be- 
4l, Then let ear ionga a-bound,And ev - *rj tear be dry; We're 



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chil - dren of the heav'n-Iy King, But chll - dren of the heav'n-ly King] 
fore we reach the heav'n-ly fields, Be - fore we reach the heav'n-ly^lleldS, 
marching thro' Immanuers gronnd, We're marching thro' Immanuel's ground, 

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their joys a -broad, May speak their joys a - broad, 

the gold - en streets, Or walk the gold - en streets. 

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Jewels, 



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2. "Al-most per-suad-ed," Come, come to-day; *'Al-mo8t persuaded," Turn not a- way; 

3. ^'Al-most per-suad-ed','' Harvest ia past 1 *'A]-m<»t persuaded," Doom cornea at last I 




Seems now some anil to say, **6o, Spirit, go Thj way, Som« mow conveniaat day On Thee FD calL* 
Je - sus in-vites you here, Anjels are ling'riBg near, Prayers rise from hearts so dear : wan(Prer,co»«, 
"Almost," can not avail; "Almost," is but to faill Sad, sad, thai bitter w»ii — "Ahnost — but lostf' 



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I.God be with you till we meet a- gain, Bv > i-ie.tip - 

a. God be with you till we meet a. gain, 'Nea \t • ly 

3. God be with you till we meet a-gain. When 1 ic sj er-us inick con - 

4. God be with you till we meet a-gain. Keeplove's banner float -4ng 

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Dii • \j man - aa still di - vide yon, 

Pol Hm arms an 1 fail . ing round yoo^ 

Smite ^feath't threat . 'ning wave be - fore yo«. 



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